Skoda Kodiaq Leasing
Top 3 Features
Practical, well-built cabin.
Good level of standard equipment.
Supple suspension makes it very comfortable.
Why Lease A Skoda Kodiaq?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
The Skoda Kodiaq is a big car, so there’s plenty of space for passengers. The 5-seat models have more than enough room for 4 adults to sit in comfort, although the 5th seat is a bit tight. Go for 7 seats and you get 2 more seats that pop up from the boot floor. They’re just about spacious enough for adults, but they’re better suited to kids – especially on longer drives.
With those seats in place, you get 270 litres of boot space, which is only slightly smaller than that of a Toyota Yaris. Fold the third row down, however, and you get 720 litres of space. That’s far more than anything else in the class, and it makes the Kodiaq hugely practical. But if you need more space, you can fold the second row of seats down, freeing up more than 2,000 litres of space. That’s big enough to compete with small vans.
If you choose to lease a Skoda Kodiaq, you’ll have a range of engines to pick from. The 1.5-litre petrol engines are more powerful and more economical than you might think, but the diesels are even more efficient. The basic 2.0-litre 150hp diesel returns up to 52.6mpg. Even the more powerful 200hp diesel engine with 4-wheel drive and an automatic gearbox will return more than 40mpg.
If you’re a company car driver, the 150hp diesel will be the one for you. With emissions starting at 141g/km, it slots into the 32% benefit-in-kind tax bracket for the 2021/22 financial year. The greenest petrol engine is in the 34% bracket.
Kodiaq SUV (5-seat)The 5-seat car is only available with the entry-level SE trim.
Kodiaq SUV (7-seat)With 2 occasional rear seats, the 7-seat models are slightly more versatile.
The Skoda Kodiaq Vs Competitors
Skoda is built on its reputation for reliability and the Kodiaq is a shining example of that. All the mechanical components and electrical systems are well-proven Volkswagen Group parts, while the build quality is exceptional. Cars don’t get much more dependable than this.
In 7-seat configuration, the Kodiaq has 270 litres of boot space. That might not sound like much, but that’s almost as much as you get in a Ford Fiesta. Drop the 2 rear-most seats and you get 720 litres of luggage capacity, giving the Kodiaq the biggest boot in its class. Folding the middle row of seats gives you an almost ludicrous 2065-litre capacity.
If you’re looking to lease a Kodiaq, you’ll get a choice of 4 trim levels. The basic version is the SE, with SE L models sitting 1 tier further up the range. Those seeking a sporty image will want a Sportline model, while those seeking luxury will go for the range-topping L&K versions
Yes. The Kodiaq comes with rear parking sensors as standard, even on entry-level SE models. SE L versions add front parking sensors, while the Sportline models include a reversing camera. Opt for the high-end L&K for a 360-degree camera system that gives you a bird’s-eye view of the car’s surroundings.
The Kodiaq is high on the list of the most practical family SUVs on the market, with a massive boot and plenty of interior space. The 5-seat Kodiaqs will carry 4 adults in comfort, while the optional 3rd row of seats is only really for occasional use. Short journeys are fine and kids won’t have a problem, but tall passengers won’t want to spend long back there.
The Kodiaq has earned its popularity with enormous amounts of interior space, a comfy ride and excellent build quality. It’s no longer the most advanced car in its class, but it’s still the ideal lease car for families. Take a step back and you’ll see it’s surprisingly stylish, too.
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